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Median (range) tracheal histopathology scores of birds after direct inoculation with class 2 or class 9 ILTV, or after contact with infected birds.

Values with identical superscripts in each column were not significantly different (Mann-Whitney U test; P ≥ 0.05).* NA = not availableMedian (range) tracheal histopathology scores of birds after direct inoculation with class 2 or class 9 ILTV, or after contact with infected birds.

Quantification of Interactions between Dynamic Cellular Network Functionalities by Cascaded Layering

Large, naturally evolved biomolecular networks typically fulfil multiple functions. When modelling or redesigning such systems, functional subsystems are often analysed independently first, before subsequent integration into larger-scale computational models. In the design and analysis process, it is therefore important to quantitatively analyse and predict the dynamics of the interactions between integrated subsystems; in particular, how the incremental effect of integrating a subsystem into...

Switchable Adhesion in Vacuum Using Bio-Inspired Dry Adhesives

Suction based attachment systems for pick and place handling of fragile objects like glass plates or optical lenses are energy-consuming and noisy and fail at reduced air pressure, which is essential, e.g., in chemical and physical vapor deposition processes. Recently, an alternative approach toward reversible adhesion of sensitive objects based on bioinspired dry adhesive structures has emerged. There, the switching in adhesion is achieved by a reversible buckling of adh...

Comparison of the tarsometatarsi of hesperornithiforms in dorsal view (left-to-right: Fumicollis hoffmani UNSM 20030; Hesperornis regalis YPM 1200; Baptornis advenus AMNH 5101).

Bell, Alyssa; M. Chiappe, Luis (2015)
Publisher: Figshare
Arrow indicates the proximal narrowing of the neck of metatarsal II, which is most pronounced in F. hoffmani. Insets are shown scaled to be of similar size to F. hoffmani. Abbreviations: II, trochlea of metatarsal II; mc, medial cotyla.

Budget Constraints Affect Male Rats’ Choices between Differently Priced Commodities

Demand theory can be applied to analyse how a human or animal consumer changes her selection of commodities within a certain budget in response to changes in price of those commodities. This change in consumption assessed over a range of prices is defined as demand elasticity. Previously, income-compensated and income-uncompensated price changes have been investigated using human and animal consumers, as demand theory predicts different elasticities for both conditions. However, in these stud...

Significantly aggregated and segregated species detected in species co-occurrence analysis.

Legend:- = Segregated+ = Aggregated□ = Pair not formed- = significantly segregated species pair; + = significantly aggregated species pair; white = pair not occurring in a particular orchard/year. Pairwise analyses control for false discovery rates using the methods in Gotelli and Ulrich 2010 [37].Significantly aggregated and segregated species detected in species co-occurrence analysis.